Sierra Leone forward Musa ‘Tombo’ Kamara has revealed how his trip to South Africa ahead of a proposed move to Kaizer Chiefs was controversially ruined.
“I was supposed to go to South Africa on July 14 to go and do medicals but there are people who spoiled the deal for me,” Kamara tells KickOff.com from Freetown, Sierra Leone.
“These people called Kaizer Chiefs and told them a lot of negative things about me, so they spoiled everything.
“These people include the chairman of the club (Bo Rangers) that I played for here in Sierra Leone and some people at the FA who had my passport.
“My passport was taken while I was training with the squad for the CHAN qualifier but then I spoke to them when this opportunity came, I showed them my ticket because I needed to travel, and they gave me back the passport.
“I was meant to go to South Africa for medicals and other stuff, but they refused to insist that I should go and play in the CHAN qualifier.
“They then called Kaizer Chiefs and said a lot of negative things which spoiled everything.
“Kaizer Chiefs bought me that ticket, but it has been canceled now.
“I now have to wait for another opportunity,” explains Kamara while then responding to the statement released by Bo Rangers stating that he is contracted to the club who have also not received any offers.
“No, I don’t have a contract with Bo Rangers,” Kamara insisted. ©️kickoff.com